Pinstripe CEO Sue Marks Co-Presents with Client Partner Corry Ioli from Boehringer Ingelheim during the HR Technology Conference & Exposition
BROOKFIELD, WI – October 7, 2013 – Today, Sue Marks, Chief Executive Officer of Pinstripe & Ochre House, the largest independent provider of global Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) and strategic talent management solutions, co-presented a Service Delivery track presentation alongside client partner, Corry Ioli, Executive Director, Talent Management & Acquisition for Boehringer Ingelheim. The presentation entitled High-Tech/High-Touch RPO: What the Doctor Ordered for Boehringer Ingelheim was a part of the 2013 HR Technology Conference & Exposition at the Mandalay Bay resort in Las Vegas, Nevada.
In this session, Corry and Sue shared the essential success factors for making RPO work: from project management to technology foundations to governance, and finally to metrics and ROI measurement. For Boehringer Ingelheim, one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies, entering into a new RPO relationship had to be more than just outsourcing the placement of a few roles. The “R” in RPO needed to represent “Relationship” – meaning mutual skin in the game, shared interest and, most importantly, shared accountability. For a large, diverse organization like BI – with operations spanning from research to manufacturing to support functions in biotech, chemicals and generics – a successful RPO partner must do more than fill orders. It has to combine cutting-edge technology with high-touch and hands-on service to become a valued partner. Attend this session to get the diagnosis and medicine you need for a successful RPO partnership.
To learn more about Pinstripe’s partnership with Boehringer Ingelheim, read the case study here.
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